babeltrace2-plugin-utils - Linux


babeltrace2-plugin-utils is a set of utilities for working with Babylon plugins. It provides tools for developing, debugging, and maintaining plugins.


babeltrace2-plugin-utils [command] [options]


| Option | Description | Default |
| -h, –help | Print help and exit. | N/A |
| -v, –version | Print version information and exit. | N/A |
| –log-level | Set log level (error, warning, info, debug). | error |
| –log-file | Redirect log output to a file. | N/A |


The following commands are available:

  • build: Build a plugin.
  • clean: Clean up after a build.
  • install: Install a plugin.
  • uninstall: Uninstall a plugin.
  • test: Test a plugin.
  • lint: Check the style of a plugin.
  • validate: Validate the schema of a plugin.
  • generate-code: Generate code from a plugin schema.
  • generate-docs: Generate documentation from a plugin schema.


To build a plugin, run:

babeltrace2-plugin-utils build

To install a plugin, run:

babeltrace2-plugin-utils install

To test a plugin, run:

babeltrace2-plugin-utils test

Common Issues

If you encounter any problems with babeltrace2-plugin-utils, please check the following:

  • Make sure you have the latest version of the command installed.
  • Ensure that you are using the correct syntax.
  • Check the log file for any error messages.


babeltrace2-plugin-utils can be integrated with other Linux commands and tools to perform advanced tasks. For example, you can use babeltrace2-plugin-utils to build and install plugins for use with the babeltrace2 command.

Related Commands

  • babeltrace2
  • babeltrace2-trace-cmd
  • babeltrace2-view

For more information, refer to the official Babeltrace documentation: